|Operation DOMINIC Nuclear Tests 1962 - Joint Task Force 8|
This Dominic I video provides a visual overview of 36 atmospheric nuclear devices detonated in the Pacific Proving Ground from April to November 1962. It was the last atmospheric nuclear test series conducted by the United States. Also, Dominic I was the largest and most elaborate U.S. testing operation ever conducted. In geographic terms, the diagnostic stations receiving data from the tests covering more than 15 million square miles...
Keywords: Operation Dominic; Dominic; atomic; nuclear; Cuba; Cuban Missile Crisis; John Kennedy; Nikita Kruschev; Cold War; atomic testing; nuclear testing; 1962; military; Eniwetok; Enewetak; Eniwetak; Bikini; Bikini Atoll; Pacific Proving Ground; national defense; Department of Defense; Department of Energy; radiation; radioactivity; fallout; radioactive; thermonuclear test; thermonuclear
|Taped Rugs Carpeteria - Chris Camacho|
Taped Rugs Carpeteria by Chris Camacho In the spring of 2010, Videographer Chris Camacho of New Tet and Red Flag Enterprises began creating video interpretations of audio recordings culled from the vast catalog of Taped Rugs Productions. From the outset, the Director of Taped Rugs, Charles Goff III, found that Camacho's imagination, timing, and attention to detail were the sorts of attributes typical of Taped Rugs artists, and he encouraged Camacho's efforts...
Keywords: Taped Rugs Productions; New Tet; Red Flag Enterprise; Chris Camacho; Disism; Herd Of The Ether Space; Charles Rice Goff III; cassette culture; experimental; avant garde; fluxus; noise; psychedelic; electronic music; Dada; Surrealism; plunderphonics; Federico Barabino; Richard Nixon; Alger Hiss; Mikhail Gorbachev; Nikita Kruschev; Leonid Brezhnev; Franz Schubert; Cold War; Charles Manson; Bay Area Rapid Transit; Christmas; Xmas; Virgin Mary; Berlin Wall; for fans of Terry Gilliam; for fans of Kurt Schwitters; for fans of William Burroughs